Well this is something to be excited and proud about, for once its not a crime related news. This bold and heroic brother Tremayne Brown is once again receiving recognition for his heroic efforts in saving a little boy’s life by putting his at risk. It’s because of this many businesses have decided to show their appreciation of this proud moment, It was last week that Jamaican hoteliers Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart and his son Adam on Thursday hailed Tremayne Brown and Alphanso “Vivian” Coombs for their heroic effort to save a 12-year-old boy from a flooded gully in Trench Town.
In showing their appreciation, the Stewart’s offered the two an opportunity to stay at one of their resorts in the island.
“We are really proud of what you have done and as a token of our appreciation we would like to offer you the opportunity to spend some time at one of our resorts in Jamaica,” said ‘Butch’ Stewart during a meeting with the men at his office in Kingston.
Adam, the deputy chairman and CEO at Sandals Resorts International, in his address to the men, said the act which saw the men risking their lives to save another epitomises what was truly good about Jamaica.
Government has announced plans to bestow a national honour on Brown, who saw 12-year-old Renaldo Reynalds in the flooded water and went in to rescue the youngster.